Thursday, November 18, 2010

Fat Outside Of The Arteries Linked To Cardiovascular Disease

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) have found that fat around the outside of arteries may lead to the development of cardiovascular disease and could be linked to its onset in individuals with diabetes. 

David Manka, PhD, a researcher in the division of cardiovascular diseases, and his team found that this fat - known as perivascular adipose tissue - could possibly lead to the formation of fatty buildup inside of arteries and could cause existing buildup to break loose, leading to stroke orheart attack. 

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